2017 has truly been a fantastic year for auroras and I have a few New Releases to show for it. After 15 years of trying, this past March I finally preserved “Cathedral of Light,” an exceptionally bright surge of auroras over a picturesque Orthodox church in Anchorage. In October, I had a wonderful trip to the Brooks Range of Northern Alaska and came home with “Braids of Light,” a unique vertical panoramic shot that my wife Shay had requested. On the road trip up Denali stopped me in my tracks and energized me with its “Mountain Mojo.” On the way home I stopped near Fairbanks and got blown away by a Seahawk-looking reflection “Mystic Mascot.”
October 8, 2017 at 1:17 am
Tight & vertical auroras curl
Through a full moon on the rise.
Brooks Range of Northern Alaska
Braids of Light fall from the W-shaped
stars of Cassiopeia the Queen ~
October 1, 2017 at 9:45 am
Denali’s South Peak at 20,310 feet
basking in morning sunlight from
Byers Lake, Southcentral Alaska
~ Denali emits an energy that is easily
absorbed. I call it Mountain Mojo ~
October 11, 2017 at 8:38 pm.
Early evening auroras double the
viewing pleasure by reflecting on
Olnes Pond north of Fairbanks, AK.
~ I see a raven, some see a Seahawk.
What do you see? ~
March 1, 2017 at 1 am
Enlightening auroras dance over
St. Innocent Orthodox Cathedral
~ I’d been trying to get this shot for 15 years! ~
Each of these movies are a great way to experience the awe-inspiring auroras in motion through Todd's extensive time-lapse footage. Together, they provide an in-depth experience into real life aurora hunting and were many years in the making. Both visual journeys are enhanced with science and music that ranges from space-age acoustic sensations to aurora rock! 3-Movie Bundle
Here's a graph illustrating when in the solar cycle I've taken some of my favorite shots. The key thing to remember is that auroras occur throughout the cycle from Solar Max to Solar Min. They're just not quite as common during the lows in the cycle. More on the Solar Cycle
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